Kevin Feige Says The ‘Spider-Man 4’ Story Is Set, Writers Have “Big Ideas”

Looking ahead at Marvel’s Phases 5 and 6, there’s a pretty glaring omission. Where the heck is Spider-Man 4? We know that No Way Home wasn’t the last we’re going to see of Tom Holland as Peter Parker, so what gives? Well, Kevin Feige has the answers, and the answers are very positive.

Speaking with EW about the future of Spider-Man, Feige revealed that a story has come together for the next movie. But, true to form, he doesn’t give much in the way of details…

“All I will say is that we have the story,” Feige said. “We have big ideas for that, and our writers are just putting pen to paper now.”

When last we saw Peter Parker, he was all alone after having any memory of him wiped from everyone’s minds. This was done to save the multiverse, but did it actually do that? Seems like the multiverse is still in peril.

No Way Home made an incredible $1.9B at the box office. Any film that follows has really big shoes to fill.

Travis Hopson
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